Magic Numbers – Even and Odd Mr. Mime-GX Deck

Hello everybody, and welcome to a sneak peak at a card from the next set, Champion Road. Today I will be looking at the disgusting Mr. Mime-GX cards, and making a Mr. Mime-GX deck.

Mr. Mime-GX

Mr. Mime-GX 150HP [P]

Left: [ABILITY] Magic Odds
If this Pokemon would be damaged by an attack, prevent that attack’s damage done to this Pokemon if that damage is 10, 30, 50, 70, 90, 110, 130, 150, 170, 190, 210, 230, or 250.

Right: [ABILITY] Magic Evens
If this Pokemon would be damaged by an attack, prevent that attack’s damage done to this Pokemon if that damage is 20, 40, 60, 80, 100, 120, 140, 160, 180, 200, 220, 240, or 260.

Both: [P][C] Breakdown
Count the number of cards in your opponent’s hand. Put that many damage counters on your opponent’s Active Pokemon.

Both: [C] Life Trick-GX
Heal all damage from this Pokemon. (You can’t use more than 1 GX attack in a game.)

Weakness – [NONE]
Resistance – [NONE]
Retreat Cost – [C][C]


As you can probably already tell, the main purpose of these cards is to prevent damage with the abilities. Unfortunately, there are some flaws. For example, your opponent could use something like a Choice Band to change the damage from odd to even. Also, Mr. Mime-GX doesn’t have a very good attack, so it is reduced to a mediocre stall deck… or is it?

Donphan CHR

The new Donphan card from Champion Road synergises very well with this Mr. Mime, as it allows you to deal damage, then have both players switch their Pokémon to the bench. This wouldn’t good, but Donphan says that your opponent switches first. You deal damage, your opponent switches, and you put up the appropriate Mr. Mime to deal with the active.

Lysandre Labs FBL

But what about all those pesky tools? What if Choice Band changes the number, or Float Stone ruins the combo entirely? Lysandre Labs is the answer. This way, tool cards have no effect, and you can lock your opponent’s active up there with nothing to do, unless they pay the retreat cost or use Guzma.

Dunsparce CHR

The only thing left to do is find a nice setup card. Alolan Vulpix is nice, but doesn’t quite cut it. The answer: Dunsparce. It has an attack that says:

Search your deck for up to 3 Basic Pokemon and put them on your Bench. Then, shuffle your deck. You may switch this Pokemon with 1 of your Benched Pokemon.

This means that for a single colorless energy, you can bring up 3 new Pokémon, namely two Mr. Mime and a Phanpy, and then switch for the appropriate Mr. Mime, if you want to. It just ties everything up so elegantly, into a sort of disgusting tangle of a deck.

Mr. Mime-GX Deck

Here is an early version of the decklist, but note that it is untested and completely experimental. With that out of the way, it’s time to look at the list.

Pokémon – 17

2 – 2 Mr. Mime-GX
2 Dunsparce
4 – 4 Donphan
1 Buzzwole-GX
2 Lele

Trainers – 31

3 Sycamore
3 Cynthia
3 N
3 Guzma
1 Kukui

4 Ultra Ball
2 Choice Band
4 Float Stone
1 Field Blower
1 Rescue Stretcher
4 Crushing Hammer
1 Enhanced Hammer

2 Brooklet Hill

Energy – 12

4 Strong Energy
4 Fighting Energy
4 Double Colorless Energy

One thought on “Magic Numbers – Even and Odd Mr. Mime-GX Deck

  1. The Donphan says you need to switch your active pokemon THEN your opponent switches theirs. So it is the opposite of what you say – according to the Japanese version and the english version. Am I missing something?

    Also, the above list is 61 cards (there are 32 trainers listed, not 31) and does not include the Lysandre Labs that you discuss above. Have you tested this yet? Would you recommend putting in 2 LL and, if so, which three cards would you remove to get it down to 60 cards?

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